What impact has the recent change in French immigration law had? | Hudson McKenzie

What impact has the recent change in French immigration law had?

April 18, 2018 | Immigration, Latest Thinking, News

Administrations in France are now implementing law n°2016-274 from 7th March 2016, so what impact has this implementation had upon the immigration sector?

The following topics have been highlighted as having been significantly impacted upon:

Generalisations

  • Multi-year resident permits
  • National lists of requirements for resident permit applications
  • Shorter processing times for standard local hire applications
  • Implementation of the Work Permit exemption for less than three months

Talent-passport

  • Talent-passport categories
  • Centralisation of talent-passport applications
  • Shorter processing times of applications
  • Long stay visas valid as a resident permit which are extended to Talent-Passports

ICT Posted Worker

  • Centralisation of ICT posted worker’s applications
  • Shorter processing times of application
  • Long stay visa valid as a resident permit which are extended to ICT posted worker
  • Three years limitation of the ICT posted worker status with no renewal.

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